Currently living and performing in Salt Lake City, Utah, Holly began songwriting at the age of 13 and has been invited to perform for various concerts and festivals, throughout Arizona and Utah such as the Autumn Fest and Wildernook Music Festival. Holly's first acoustic album was recorded in 2009 with the award winning producer, Otto D'Agnolo who's credits include: The Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Beach Boys, Grace Potter, Dan Fogelberg.
As a participant in the 2017 Live and Amplified 48 hour songwriting contest, Holly wrote and recorded a song in a 24 hour period with the topic and musical influence chosen by the judges that were given at the start of 24 hours, and won not only the fan favorite award, but also won the grand prize, best original song award. Also participating in the Songs For Life contest, created to raise money for cancer research by the CrowdCare Foundation, Holly’s original song, “October” was chosen as part of the compilation album selected by The Piano Guys and American Idol’s Kenz Hall.
In 2015, Holly made her first live television debut on Park City Television and again 3 more times where she performed live with her original music.
Holly was also invited to perform live for the Access Film Music Sundance Showcase, connecting filmmakers, music supervisors, and songwriters together for future collaboration, at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, UT in January of 2017, and invited back again each year since.
Currently writing in a wide range of genres, Holly is working with filmmaker, Jay Arcansalin, for song placement in his independent film titled, “Zephyr” and for future work in sync licensing for film and tv placement.
Holly created and built her home studio, “Sol Studios”, in 2017 and has been producing her own music since. Her Christmas EP, Season of the Snow, was produced and released in December of 2017. Always writing and creating, Holly has plans to keep pushing out her original music and grow as a writer, producer, and performer.